“Civil War Pows and Casualties”presents Robert Ranfle’sfifth Quarterly publication reviewing numerous aspects of the Civil War on both national and local terms.
These include: prisoners and casualties; the paroling of prisoners; prisoner exchange and its collapse; and prison facilities and their development.
Described in full detail are life at Andersonville, one of the most notorious prison camps in the South, and “The Scourge of Elmira” in the North. This is followed with a listing of Rutland Pows and those who lost their lives and the War’s aftermath.
A variety of photographs accompany this excellent review of the “uncivil war” both on national and local terms.